GM and Ford have been in the news a lot lately -- struggling stock prices, ballooning pensions, etc. So far, Chrysler has steered clear of that trouble, but reports today reveal the carmaker's European parent, Daimler Chrysler, to be in a different sort of trouble. The carmaker suspended at least six of its managers accused of bribery. The charges are linked to the scandal-plagued UN oil-for-food program in Iraq. From the European Desk in London, Stephen Beard has more.